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1935

Blackington, Alton H.

May Webster's home Exterior of home and plantings

Holderness (N.H.) - From a series of photographs of May Webster, known among ornithologists as "The Hummingbird Lady." From her obituary in the 1938 American Ornithologists' Union publication The Auk, vol. 55 no. 2 (Apr. 1938): "May Rogers (Mrs. Laurence J.) Webster, who was elected an Associate of the A. O. U. in 1936, died in Boston on January 7, 1938. Born in Scituate, Massachusetts, the eldest... more

Alton H. Blackington Collection

1935

Blackington, Alton H.

May Webster's home View of the formal gardens and pond

Holderness (N.H.) - From a series of photographs of May Webster, known among ornithologists as "The Hummingbird Lady." From her obituary in the 1938 American Ornithologists' Union publication The Auk, vol. 55 no. 2 (Apr. 1938): "May Rogers (Mrs. Laurence J.) Webster, who was elected an Associate of the A. O. U. in 1936, died in Boston on January 7, 1938. Born in Scituate, Massachusetts, the eldest... more

Alton H. Blackington Collection

1935

Blackington, Alton H.

May Webster's home Exterior of home and grounds

Holderness (N.H.) - From a series of photographs of May Webster, known among ornithologists as "The Hummingbird Lady." From her obituary in the 1938 American Ornithologists' Union publication The Auk, vol. 55 no. 2 (Apr. 1938): "May Rogers (Mrs. Laurence J.) Webster, who was elected an Associate of the A. O. U. in 1936, died in Boston on January 7, 1938. Born in Scituate, Massachusetts, the eldest... more

Alton H. Blackington Collection

1935

Blackington, Alton H.

May Webster's home View of the formal gardens

Holderness (N.H.) - From a series of photographs of May Webster, known among ornithologists as "The Hummingbird Lady." From her obituary in the 1938 American Ornithologists' Union publication The Auk, vol. 55 no. 2 (Apr. 1938): "May Rogers (Mrs. Laurence J.) Webster, who was elected an Associate of the A. O. U. in 1936, died in Boston on January 7, 1938. Born in Scituate, Massachusetts, the eldest... more

Alton H. Blackington Collection

1935

Blackington, Alton H.

May Webster's home View over the gardens

Holderness (N.H.) - From a series of photographs of May Webster, known among ornithologists as "The Hummingbird Lady." From her obituary in the 1938 American Ornithologists' Union publication The Auk, vol. 55 no. 2 (Apr. 1938): "May Rogers (Mrs. Laurence J.) Webster, who was elected an Associate of the A. O. U. in 1936, died in Boston on January 7, 1938. Born in Scituate, Massachusetts, the eldest... more

Alton H. Blackington Collection

1925

Blackington, Alton H.

Dug out Dan (Dana Smith): exterior view of Dan's dugout home, the No. 9 Lonely Hearts Club, with Dan at far right

East Barre (Vt.) - From a series of images taken of the Vermont hermit, Dana Smith. "Lives in ground. Blackington discovered this hermit of Barre, Vt. in the summer of 1925 when looking for a story there with another Boston Herald reporter. The story was later broadcast as a "Yankee Yarn" on September 29, 1947. 'Dugout Dan' ran a filling station and had made his home in the hillside, ostensibly a... more

Alton H. Blackington Collection